The embattled Labour leader said the party had "not done enough" to win back voters' trust, and that he will "finish the job".Read the full story ›
The London Mayor insisted he was "not saying that nationalists are somehow racist or bigoted" after outraging SNP supporters.Read the full story ›
Labour must "broaden its reach" in order to win votes off the Conservatives, deputy leader Tom Watson has said.Read the full story ›
Nicola Sturgeon said the London mayor's comments that likened Scottish nationalism to racism were a sign of 'desperation'.Read the full story ›
Former foreign secretary David Miliband says he is 'deeply concerned' and refuses to rule out a future run for the Labour leadership.Read the full story ›
The US president enjoyed rousing support for his political agenda as a formerly hostile audience cheered his plans in office to the rafters.Read the full story ›
The former leader said the party needed to learn lessons after his successor Paul Nuttall failed to unseat Labour in a hard-fought campaign.Read the full story ›
Paul Nuttall's office in Hanley, Stoke-On-Trent, appears to be defaced with red graffiti.
The Ukip leader and Stoke-On-Trent Central by-election candidate lost out to Labour candidate Gareth Snell by 2,620 votes on Friday.
ITV News Political Correspondent Carl Dinnen said Ukip would be "very disappointed" with the defeat.
"They thought they would run Labour much, much closer. It was a reasonably substantial loss", he added.
The vandalism comes days after Mr Nuttall apologised after he faced a storm of criticism over website posts that wrongly claimed he lost "close personal friends" at the Hillsborough disaster.
He served in Margaret Thatcher's Cabinet as Home Secretary in 1989 and was also a former Governor of Bermuda.Read the full story ›
Mr Corbyn gave a forthright "no" when asked by ITV News Deputy Political Editor Chris Ship on Friday.Read the full story ›